A$AP Ferg drops star-studded music video to "East Coast (Remix)"
A coastline-based posse cut.
A$AP Ferg is wasting no time getting us hyped for his forthcoming sophomore album Still Striving. Today, he’s not only shared his new collaboration with Migos, “Nasty (Who Dat),” but has released the visual for the star-studded posse cut reppin’ his coastline, “East Coast (Remix).”
In the equal-parts glitchy and trippy video, each rapper momentarily steals the spotlight while spitting lyrics in their respective setting: Busta Rhymes atop a roof and in front of a city skyline; Ferg backed by his very own “Traplord” neon sign; A$AP Rocky under fluorescent lights and a fish-eye filter; Dave East in a red-lit lounge with bottle in hand; French Montana with kalediscopic effects; Rick Ross under thin streams of light and his own blown smoke; and a bow-tied Snoop Doog who, well, decided to FaceTime his verse.
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